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Over a century of celebration at the Royal Horticultural Halls

Since opening in 1904, the Royal Horticultural Halls in Westminster, London, have played host to many a colourful celebration.

Today you can expect to come across weddings, fashion shows or contemporary art shows as the halls' blank canvases lend themselves to the needs of the event.

The iconic arch of the Lindley Hall's glass roof has been used in many a photographer's depiction of this area of central London.

Explore Westminster on foot

The Royal Horticultural Halls are based in the City of Westminster, named after the glorious minster that sits in this area of West London.

Head out on foot and tour the minster, or go a little further and take in some of the capital's most famous sights, such as Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace.

Museums galore

There are plenty of amazing museums to visit in the City of Westminster including the Victoria and Albert, the Churchill War Rooms, the Natural History Museum and the British Museum. Plus the Tate Gallery and the National Gallery are within easy reach.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Royal Horticultural Halls? Travelodge London Central Vauxhall Hotel is within a mile, or Travelodge London Central Waterloo Hotel is just a 10 minute drive away.